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New vicar for St George’s Church, Harold Hill

10:53 25 July 2014

Bishop of Chelsmford Stephen Cottrell, Rev Shaun Moore and mayor cllr Linda Trew at St Georges church

Bishop of Chelsmford Stephen Cottrell, Rev Shaun Moore and mayor cllr Linda Trew at St Georges church

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A new vicar has arrived in Harold Hill.

The Reverend Shaun Moore joined the parish last week in a ceremony at St George’s Church, Chippenham Road.

Born in Havering, Mr Moore said it was “like coming home” after previously working at churches in Leytonstone and Walthamstow.

However, a recent fire in the vicarage means he will be commuting from Epping for now until repairs are carried out.

The Rev Moore is also chaplain for Snaresbrook Crown Court.

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